After a two-year wait, the next installment of Love Is Blind has finally hit Netflix. The second season of Love Is Blind follows the same format as the first, with one exception: Instead of Atlanta, this season's cast is based in Chicago. One sure-to-be fan favorite is Deepti Vempati, an information data analyst with a bright personality who forges a deep connection in the pods.
She works as an information data analyst.
Thirty-one-year-old Deepti was born in India and moved to the U.S. when she was young. She graduated from Bradley University and now works as an information data analyst for Allstate insurance. In her bio, she says "I would tell the love of my life I’m ready to light up his life because my name literally means 'light.'"
Her Instagram is filled with family pics.
Deepti's Instagram is filled with pics of her adventures with her siblings and her friends. She has also posted sweet birthday tributes for both her sister Divya (opens in new tab), and her brother Sunny (opens in new tab).
She has a puppy named Pixel.
Deepti has been a dog mom to her bichon frise Pixel for several years, and the adorable pup even has their own Instagram (opens in new tab). The page is full of pics of Pixel, with a special appearance by his cousin, Divya's puppy Vino (opens in new tab) (and yes, Vino has an Insta (opens in new tab) too).
She loves travel and photography.
Deepti's gorgeous Instagram pics show her passion for travel and photography. She also has several Story highlights from her trips to Colorado, Hawaii, Singapore, Banff, and India.
Quinci LeGardye is a Contributing Culture Editor who covers TV, movies, Korean entertainment, books, and pop culture. When she isn’t writing or checking Twitter, she’s probably watching the latest K-drama or giving a concert performance in her car.
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